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Every i«dy
the*0
lins*
superior to
invite y®*
to
YOU GOT ART
We
have laid in a
BIG FALL STOCK
and have
it ready
o y o u e v e
watching
eye. Here
is your
chance to
save.
Come on!
Chris Schutz
Corner
Drug Store.
««00 9»0
OOPgfrvOeX*
the
Ikm
ner\e tonic health-
iul, in\^orating, better than
elery or ginger for this hot
eather.
MOXIE
Mtains NO ni£lICIM:.
UMSON, STIMl'LANT or
AlxOllOL, dispensed at
"IN Witt IIROS. Soda Foun
tain.
Crushed Strawberry,
Raspberry and Pincappc
*ith Ice Cream,
and Sundaes.
CINDER BROS.
T.
•"•••I Tiat Tin*
MiU*uk» and Mt. Pitl nttvifi
Hiilldajr, June 1V'I
...
t-
,4 "tiiirin
1 srrtvw®
»,*• -Wk-ht Ni. Mii^'
r, arrive*
j, *»»•-»!.
'vw 'i?f
and exnect to hnv t?r
UNDER-riUSLIN.
who w,shes to dress
TO DO?
if vol' li&vo, it will
nay you big to do it
[his fall, because
the
wall paper mills
are still
fighting.
soon
as all the
smaller
mills are
crushed out of com
petition.
up goes
prices.
D. McKINNON.
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AMPItKll., Al«i'l
Al!|i«irt, .liihimtonii. I'a.
M'."
''U1m Kirl almost strangled
j'\w!*_**r«»u|». The dort'UH said
'•'liit livi. I ni nh«« w iih instanth
On,. Minute 0ui«h r»re.
Cook & Ol»KK.
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e e o
CLYE ICITIIER
LOCAL NEWS.
everythmg
daintily and comfortably
hot d&ys interestcd in our stock of fine under mus
vcry K«rment
is
elegantly fashioned, carefully made and
the best home work at a much smaller price. We
come in and see theni.
madison, ^OVTII IMKOTA.
I Kl DA V, AfCI'ST »i 11
THE CITY.
Local Grain Market.
The Mmii-un fjrain buyer* have
adopted the following seale and prices
of urain. the latter to change from day
t-»day aecorilini: to market report*:
Wh at, N'u. 1 Northern 55
Wh- at, No. 2 Northern 53
Wh«»at, No. 3 50
Wli.-at, No. 4 4."
Harl.ijr 40fe4.1*r 4'
»»r- 3i
Kl:»x #l.4."»
\Wathrr fonvint: CJeiH rtlly fair to
nik'ht and Saturday.
A new line of crockery and glaffemife
at A. Kelley A SonV.
1'eter »rina»rer of Li-bon, N.I..!•»
vi-itini frien.ls in the city.
Mr.-». Me-*»rve an«l ^ratulson. Howani
returned from Minnea]Mjli-.
I*riee IIuK'he-. arrived iu town thi af
tern««n from Wmrns^oeket with a w*ll
bred paeer.
PijMMti.neStar. II: I». W.Hnittb
and little ^on, Wilbur, left thii* aftertioim
for a vi-it at Madison. S. I).
Ij. ». Seal**ild ««f l'ark^ton, brother in
law «»f S. H. S'hutz. i* visiting the lat
t.-raml lookinu up a new location.
S**pteu»ber wheat closed in Minne
aj.i»!if» yeM'-rday at o|w»n«Hl to day
nt liH'i clov'd st The hinhi'-t
reached
Howard A*lvance. 1«5: We under
-tand that fire from an cnuiue burneti a
-••t inj* ef ^rain for John Owen- -oufh el
Wiufred Wednesday,
Arrivals from th*- east: Chas. H,
Kfiinedy and lK*an. John Sullivan,
,1. H. Williamson. HaipU Smith, lr. A.
K. "li»uj:h, Mrs. Joe. iilbert.
.lohn M. Johnson, assistant to Win.
Ha»- in the \«lutan lumber yard. giM*s to
Aljena thin evening to take charge of
new t'olman lumber yard at that jxiint.
Simp-on A Maney unloaded from a
Hat car a Meam threshing outfit eom
p}t't«' and hauled it up to Patterson's
eiii|H«rium. in ju*t on«» hour toiaj
prettv ijui«*k work.
il. gistered at the Lake l*ark, Mr. and
Mr-. Hakin of t'olman. K. Hornby
ofllgar.. At the Central. Nora Sawyer
if I cil liapids, A. A. 1* ullcr uj iirudl*}
C. K. llatiMin of Winfretl.
Volga Tribune, l.'c Mi« Ma* McAl
tiii11 has accepted a portion in the
Brooking- public school*. Mi-* McAl
moii i-a graduate of the Madixm nor
mal and has taught very successfully
veral terms.
The east side school buiUUiig which
has
heretofore leen called the "green
M-h.K.1, will now n\ longer be r.'cognized
l»\ tliat color, as under the artistic hand
of 1'niuter Olslioit has now assumiHl a
rich cream color.
Lake l»re*ton Time^, l.»: Pfter Mar
.,uart.i»f Madison, was a Lake Preston
\i-itor over Sunday. He i- a cement
-idewalk fniilder and cauic to l"»k up
,.„-t of material and put in a bid on our
new walk-.
Webster World, K»: Mirf- l«^n
Coiuior. who ha* been visiting here for
some time, went to Uroton Monday to
xi^if a sister before returning to her
in
Chicago. »fcr Nell.e,
left the following .*veninu f«r the ame
destination.
Albert McC'loud
at
the northeast part
of the county t«ok a fainting
nell thin
1
Don't Despair!
4nr
you have been looking K
tortiw
High Temperature Doesn't Lower Our Sales,
and Crash goods.
,-rb miwcan. but has the reputation of
ie-mgone ..f the le -t mu-i-al directors
in the w»mt.
It follows th- tlag. lamla, P. I. The
soldiers otuing re ask us to order
Hocky Mountain Tea. speaking highly
of this remedy. |t\ steamer, ten gross.
Mi/.eUaux Co.
news from now oa will b. i t: i ll
defections.
Slicrtags in Postal Funds.
Marshal'.town. la.. Aug. 1 .--A .-..•til
age in the accounts of the Marshall
town postmaster made public diving
the day created considerable ex- ite
ment lo business circles here. 'I lie
shortau.- was discovered by Postc-flice
Inspector William Ketcham. :nd
amounts to fs 5 Postmaster .1. Q
Saint was at once informed of th
shortage and promptly made g..ol the
loss. Efforts are being made to place
the responsibility.
Disastrous Arizona Flood.
Tucson. A. T.. Aug. 10.—Santa
"My baby wa terribly sick with
diarrhoea," eas •!. H- Doak.of illiam s
Oregon. "We were unable to cure him
with the doctor's assistance, ami as a
last resort we tried Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. 1 «m
happy to say it gave immediate relief
druggists
_ood
Diace
the best
U N E
Getting Ready to Receive New Goods.
Summer Goods Going at Cut Prices.
These include our Lawns, Ginghams, Dimi-
These good* are displayed on center counters.
afternoon awd collap.-f-d suddenly that DANGEROUS
K. B. Davis to whom he was talking at
the time could not catch him. He Ml
backward on the sidewalk
cracking bis
head a severe blow.
Henry Sohnof Canton visited his sis
ter, Mr-.. N. lijornstad, over night, rc»
turning home this morning. Other de
partures by the eastgoing train were
Mr. Kliner Sheridan and daughter. EI
ma, for MinneajH»li-f Mi— Agn»-s Meson
for Dell Rapid-. Mr.-. Hclma fur Sioux
Kal!s, Vera ami Stella Byrnes for their
Fkaxk Smith.
If the Action of your bowels in not
en«r and regular seri«»u» c»»mpIications
must U-the sina! result. DeWitt's Little
Karl) Hisers will remove this dancer.
Safe, pieaaant and effective.
Cook
D. McKINNON.
%. ,, The explosion
f'lr Went worth.
DeSmet News, 10:
have -ecur^d the services of A. T. Ire
1 »nd for the state fair week. Mr. Ire
land is without doubt the finest cornet
plajer West of the Mi-ippi river. He is
a -.]o|t in every sense of the word and
will make a mo-t valuable addition to
our already able corp of mu-ieians. It
ir-al-o th' ir intention of securing Prof.
F. M. Halstead, of Madison, for that
week, if the pro|»er arrangements ran be
made. Mr. Halstead is not mlv a su-
home at Maon itv, Iowa. ontractor' u,.
... .. .. .. -luri l*y and so great was th.1 cotirusslon
Wallantmfor Maudreau. Mr-. Colburn that roc k and debris were mattered
A Qur.r.
STRIKERS WILL LOSE.
Iron Trad« Review Discusses the Si
uation.
Cleveland. Anc. l, .—Tin- I.-0:1 Trafo
Review, cliscussing markt: an strike
conditions this week, says Ev. nt.
of the week have made it dear t'ua"
the steel strike is a lost fight. Tli
uncertain clenn nts are the numb-: o:
weks that will be required to v
the men of Idleness and how -f
Its organization will* be left t- the
Amalgamated association when the
end comes. Tie failure of the 1-Y.i. ra
tion of Labor to give mot. th a v. m
pathy to the strikers and th -ai
of the Western memoers to ak
their contrarts at the order of their
president have been severe blows ti
the h^pes of the leaders. Gains have
been made by the strikers at M» K 'fs
port and In the Wheeling district, but
it Is already plain thit the strike sit
nation has reachetl high mark an-'
New
A3
fhe
Ti
CnVi
river has reached the foot of (. ongress
street, overflowing the valley for ft
mile. 8evere storms have visited luc
son and South Arizona almost dally
for the past ten days. Railroads irom
Sonora and Hisbee. connc^cting with
the Southerfi I'acliie, Hi fWaly*^
One life has b»V lost.,
the
ROCK BLOWN UP.
Thirty Ten* of Nitroglycerin Exploded
in San Francisco Bay.
San Francisco. Aug. \»i.—Shortly
after noon Arch rock, one of the great
est menaces to safe navigation in San
Francisco bay, was destroyed. Over
20 tons.of nitroglycerin were employe 1
to remove the rock, which lay about
midway between Alcatraise island am!
Lime point. Th« rock was several
acres in extent and all but Its summit
was under water.
was set off
EdocateToar Bowili With
Candy ("athartir, cnr* coni!ipation forever
10c C.V. If C.C-C. fail, drugcistsr»-f'"'d money
P. T. Thomas. Sumptervilie, Ala..
was suffering from dyspepsia w hen I
commenced takint Iv• *«i .1 Dy-pepsiu
Cure. 1 took several I "ttleg and rati
.. i digest anvthing." Kodol D^sJleflsiii
ail
CKFr dklivekv LINT.
Promptness, accuracy and safety of
delivery cuaranteeil. Leave orders f:
delivery of gtxKls at Fair store and the\
will be promptly attended to.
8. F. Mev*i:s.
Alii i: XC.MBHIi OF LOTS in the
your own price and terms for the next
thirtv dav.-. D. D. Holii i[«.»•:»v S»".
N:
iT iteinc able to loticer rent tl."
r«H»m we formerly had on ligan aver,
ue. will-ew for the present at our rc-i
denee. second hou-e ••a»t of Hapti-r
church.
Fextensii
OliSAl
C#2K.resiJsoco
ITV
Llaundry
Iof
or
Ba:'' l'-v
al1
Mks. Smith.
Mks. Al.DINt.KK.
\LF. AT AKCHEH S. A goc
itn table, cupboard, upholsteri
chair. two gtod cots, baby carriage, ar
some fancy pictures.
.('OHMIN. Osteopath. ««niduat«
I
Office
1
L«°fthe American School of Ost«
pathy. at Kirksville, Mt.
Burnett A: Co.'s sttire.
HAM WOHK of all kinds. Oinler
bus by 'phone to an 1 from all trains.
Scavenger work. Sand for sale. 'Phono
71. W. H. Orinku
Sea
t:j.
Fi
barn, good well an I cistern, for ••HO,
on easy terms. F. \. Hkiio.
Ham essmaker.
kits for sale, |1" to
H. SilKKIDAN.
AUNDRY. If you want first-class
work, ami prompt delivery,
patronize the Madison Hteani laundry.
o e o u w e n i s 9 0 i n e s a e O u a s s o e n o o w e a e y o o s i s 5
in this line at attractive prices. Scan this list carefully and see if it mentions any- I
^ming^ere.
St re PlW0 t0 If 0ur urchases
i
bjr
electric
I over a great area. A column of water
The band boys'and stone over 1,000 feet In height
rose from the bay, presenting a mag
nificent spectacle. The force of the
explosion w as terrific and could be
in many sections of the city. Great
numbers of fish were k!ih?d.
I
rurp th oa v pr |)arati(in cn\,t*iU\u.c
the natural .bgestive flui.ls. I:
gives weak stomachs
their natural erudition.
rest, restoriui.'
5
Cook A Odkk.
'•Throoarh the months of June an i
duly nur baby was teething and took a
running off of the bowels and sicknegp
O. T. Fru.r.K.
CE. IOE. lee delivered to *ny part
the city. 'Phone, ."i'l 2.
llrnnrr?, Bnos
but il you are wise you will oome to us first It will save you time and mouey.
ar«
pay-
(,f
the stomach." sajs O. F. M. Holliday. of
Deuiing. Imi .'-His UtweU wouid mov
from tive to eight times a day. I had
bottle of Chamb-rlaiu's Colic. Cholera
ami Diarrhoea K»»medy in the house an i
cave him four drops in a teaspooj-ful of
water and he col better at once." Sol i
by all drucgists.
White Hrjantsvl'le Ind sajs
DeWitt's Witch Ha/.ei Salve healed run
tiing ^ireson both legs H»had suffer
ed i years. Doctors failed to help him.
Jet DeWitt's. Accept no i:uit iti. t.s.
Cook A- Oki e.
BUSINESS NOTICES.
K. I{. K SlKVKNsON, the wei
tno«n eye. ear. nose and throat
specialist. 1? rtioux Falls, will be at tl.e
Lake Park hotel again on Thursday.
AugusO 21' Dr. Htevenson riot oni\
treats ail diseases in bis line but also
tits glasses. School children should
have their eyes examined at least ouc
a vear.
of
I HOSIERY.
Keep your feet comfortable these hot days by wearing per
fect fitting hosiery absolutely fast color.
Our hosiery Department leads in size of stock and assor
went.
We might add that prices are in favor of the cttstomsr ts
usual here,
PEACHES, I
PEARS,
PLUMS,
TO CAN, and fnow
is the time to get
them at
C. A. KELLEY &S0N
We also have new
White Clover Hon
ey. Try it.
u,
WHISKEY
for Gentle mm
**ho cheri
Quality
Warren's Sarsaparilla
Cannot fail to purify the blood. No better
remedy can be liad. no matter what you
PRICE $1.00
amount you can
D. McKINNON.
Blood Races
Blood flows throw your veins at a 5
speed you scarcely dream of runs the cir
cuit of the body every three minutes.
What is going to happen if it becomes
impure? Skin eruptions, indigestion and
debility are pretty certain. Perhaps
something worse tf the condition is un
heeded.
FRANK SMITH.
Masonic Temple 'Phone Call N*. 1
Slack & Bolles
make a 'specialty ©I resh
Fruits:
\NH.
Don't Give Up!
to trade, don't give up but keep on looking nntU you find our store. Then yon will
piace. The best because you get the BEST service, the BEST goods, the
O o i e s
Peaches
Oranges
Pears
Plums
Bananas
Lemons
New Potatoes
Watermelons
New Onions
Cucumbers
and seasonable vegetable*
of
all kinds. Also a complete
line of Family Groceries.
All orders delivered prompt­
ly. 'Phone So. 4.
SLACK & BOLLES.
BE FOOLED
Take the gin. or^in^l
POCKY M0Ue.TA?N TEA
MsJt en!y by .Mauisfn .".ted
Co.. Ni'aJtsori, Hii.
ki' 5 ou u .-il. trjtK
iiuu cut cr. .jcIi rsekagr.
I'rii'e, .»5 «n!'. t-r *•*!.!
Ift t.ulk. Acc"
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